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Making a Debt Validation Letter
If you are working on cleaning up your credit or preparing to file for bankruptcy, often the first step is to confirm your debts. A Debt Validation Letter is a formal written request to verify that you owe debt and how much you owe. Generally speaking, your creditors and debt collectors are legally obligated to respond to this request, or the debt may be challenged.
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Use the Debt Validation Letter document if:
Regardless of what a debt collector may say by phone, sending a Debt Validation Letter can help to ensure that you do not pay a debt that you do not owe, fall victim to a debt collection scam, or revive an old debt that could potentially be past the statute of limitations.
Other names for this document: Verification of Debt Request